Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Working on new layers, part of Creating Perspective with Photoshop.
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So far we've been working on a singly layer in Photoshop, the background layer. …Of course, this means we lose flexibility and the ability to change on edits later. …The Vanishing Point filter, however, has the ability to work with multiple layers, …so let's see how that's done. So far in this image, we've defined our …perspective planes and we've cloned out a few objects on this wall. …So let's hit the Ok button to return to the main Photoshop. …And there's the image. You can see we're working on a single …background and it's been changed to reflect the images that we've cloned out …on this wall. Let's make a new layer.…
And we'll call this one clone. Now, even though we're working on an …empty layer, there's nothing in here at all yet. …When we go back into Vanishing Point, what we find is we can see all our …perspective grids still intact. We can see the background layer even …though we're working on the new one. So let's try something here. …We'll zoom in on the image again, and let's say we want to try and clone out …
- Why is perspective important?
- Finding the vanishing point
- Using existing perspective to draw additional elements
- Correcting perspective
- Using the Vanishing Point filter
- Perspective cropping
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Why Is Perspective Important?
Composing the scene5m 21s
2. Opening Doors
3. Correcting Perspective
4. The Vanishing Point Filter
5. Perspective Cropping
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